Homepage of upcoming redesign for knowcancer.com, completely new approach. We rethink the whole UX and stripped out a lot out of current design.
11 months ago
welcome to the game
It's interesting — I've just finished working on a very similar idea project.
Thanks guys! Amped to be part of this.
great shot and very nice debut! Welcome aboard :) I hope I will see more from you :)
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I like the header and call to action but i feel like there's something missing for a welcome page..all i see are links.
But still, welcome to the court @Roman Rusinov ;)
Welcome. Nice setup. The middle feels a bit cramped and bland though. It could use a bit more white space and perhaps some more contrast in font size, weight and color.
@Eelco Guntlisbergen big image is a slider, after welcome message there 4 more slides explaining whats happening. Appreciate the feedback and welcoming.
@Martin Kool that area meant to be blend, so it wont take away from what is important on this particular page: Introduction (big slider) & Join (or log in). The links you see there will transfer in the header nav on other pages (i will be posting that soon). And they act more as a footer sitemap here. Please let me know if that makes sense. Thank you, Martin.
@Roman Rusinov This looks great! I love that background image...a lot of emotion in it. One thing I would suggest, as it was by Martin, is adding some padding to make things a little less visually cramped. I can understand wanting to keep it simple and concise, but I think if you add some top and bottom padding to the questions above the call to action buttons as well as below the 'or login' links, it would let it breathe a little more.
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